In response to the accusations of non-believer about us having blind faith, our family tells us, “God gave you a brain, use it.” Is this really God’s idea?
We need reminders of who God says we are because our past, the world, and the devil will tell us a different story. It’s important to believe in ourselves.
The importance of being you is that the Holy Spirit helps you become the person God created you to be. Favor and blessing flows from heaven as you are you.
The mere fact that God’s words don’t feel true may show areas of needed growth. We need a fresh infusion of the truth to become who God created us.
Does our call to love sinners unintentionally encourage them to continue in their sin? That’s what the Pharisees accused Jesus of. What are we to do?
How can we come out of sin if we are judged in it? We create fear in people and thus unintentionally encouraging them to hide their sin. I suggest we change.
God wants us to be so satisfied with how He made us that we would stop looking for approval in what we do. Biblical humility is living who you were created.
When we enter into the throne room of our King, we can carry with us the hope of nations. Being in God’s presence is how to impact nations.
I hope to etch deep on my soul His truth, that through Him I am victorious. I hope to seek Him always in things mundane, sad, joy filled to heavy laden.
Words spoken over us, can affect the way we think about ourselves, others, and about the world at large. However, we do have a choice in it.
You may have setbacks. You may even forget why you’re running sometimes. But rest assured, you are further along than you think. Stay in the race.
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